I represent real estate developers and other clients involved in the real estate industry in matters involving federal and state tax credits. After working in title insurance for over a decade, I also have extensive experience in solving title issues. Having seen these matters from other perspectives, I have the ability to search out key components of deals, work through complex issues that may arise, and guide my clients to make sure the deals close.
My path to the law had a few pit stops along the way, and I am grateful for the journey. I attended law school part time, while working full time at a title company, as well as raising three active children. With hard work, perseverance, and more than a few sleepless nights, I learned just how much I love the law and solving problems. I approach my work for my clients in the same way – throwing all my energy and determination into helping them solve their problems and grow their businesses.
As a former residential and commercial closer and underwriter, I appreciate the variety of issues I have encountered in the past, and value the variety of matters I continue to work on for clients in my legal practice.
Outside of work, I like to see my kids in action, and with two runners and a gymnast, there’s a lot of action to be seen. I also enjoy group fitness classes – whether it is cardio kickboxing, combat HIIT, or boot camp, early morning workouts get me ready for the day.
Affordable Housing Implications of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021